Day: 16 February 2021

English Gastronomy

Mr. Wild Does It Again: With Four New Establishments

ELORA, ON / ACCESSWIRE / February 16, 2021 / Having left The Soho Farmhouse to re-establish Elora as Ontario’s premier staycation destination with the launch of The Elora Mill, globally acclaimed international hotelier Geoffrey Wild is at it again. For those not yet acquainted, Elora is Canada’s hidden gem. It boasts incredible history, a wealth of local art and craft, quirky stores, owner-operated restaurants and bars as well as spectacular natural landscape that rivals anything Ontario has to offer. To the global traveller, this is the Cotswolds of Canada. (more…)

English Politics

Ferri: “A reform of penitentiary system
Only a human punishment
can re-educate”

ROME – “A reform area of ​​the penitentiary system, that focuses on the principles enshrined in our Constitution: a certain but humane punishment that truly re-educates”: this is the wish of the Honorable Cosimo Maria Ferri (Italia Viva), former undersecretary of Justice in the Letta, Renzi and Gentiloni governments, addressed to the new Minister, Marta Cartabia. (more…)

Covid-19 Updates English

Update of the Covid-19 Landscape


Globally, there have been over 109 million confirmed cases of Covid-19 according to Johns Hopkins University data.  Since the start of the pandemic, over 84 million have recovered and more than 2.4 million fatalities were attributable to the virus.

Here we provide a daily update of the data available for select countries and jurisdictions as of February 16, 2021, at 10:30am (EST).

Covid-19 Updates English News Updates

Navigating a path forward as a third wave looms

TORONTO – Life has far from returned to normal. Yet, as the province begins to loosen some restrictions that will see more business reopen to the public and children return to class, one can only hope that the transition will be a safe one. (more…)

English Politics

Twelve months into the pandemic and we don’t seem to be any further ahead

Joseph Volpe

World Stats on Covid-19

TORONTO – It has been a year. Of observing. Of learning. Of second-guessing. Of wondering if anyone knows what’s going on. Suppose our system or our leaders are structured and equipped to deal with a crisis. Twelve months into this pandemic and we don’t seem to be any further ahead. (more…)


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